Certain fundamentals when growing Cannabis

There are certain fundamentals when it comes to growing Cannabis.

Your plants in the vegatative growth stage must have access to over 12 hours of light.

If you are growing outdoors, you must wait to grow those plants until there is more than 12 hours of daylight, or your Cannabis plants will start to flower right away before they even get large enough to produce a lot of buds. Your Cannabis plants will need a good growing medium. You can use various types of soil or other neutral mediums. Not everybody decides to go with soil, but soil is great for many purposes. If you are growing outdoors, it is best to use soil because hydroponics can result in water evaporation and you might have a hard time keeping up with it. Many good neutral mediums for growing Cannabis are rock wool, coco coir, vermiculite, or perlite. Even when using soil, you will want to add a good amount of perlite or vermiculite so that there are plenty of air pockets in the soil and the roots can be healthy. If the roots of your Cannabis plants don’t get enough oxygen, they will develop root rot which is bad for your plants! You will also want to consider the PH balance of your soil and your water. The PH should be between 6 and 6.8. If the PH levels are not within this range, your plants will not be able to absorb certain vital nutrients. Your Cannabis plants also require plenty of fresh air. Outdoors this is easy to come by, but indoors you need to have fans for air movement. It is important to have an exhaust fan in your grow tent so that new air flow is always constant. Stale air is bad for your cannabis plants and can stunt growth!

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